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Brain training 'could cut dementia risk', says study

Brain training 'could cut dementia risk', says study

Brain training 'could cut dementia risk', says study. Findings suggest computerised speed of processing training can reduce cognitive decline by 48 percent. ... Three quarters of the volunteers carried out the brain training, while one quarter had no

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  • Online brain training game to be trialled for Parkinson's disease Online brain training game to be trialled for Parkinson's disease

    Online brain training game to be trialled for Parkinson's disease. MyCognition's AquaSnap Optimize aims to tackle cognitive impairment. ... An online brain training game is set to enter clinical trials to assess its effectiveness at tackling the

  • Merck licences MS brain training programme Merck licences MS brain training programme

    Merck licences MS brain training programme. Strikes deal with HAPPYneuron to bolster its MSdialog platform for Rebif. ... HAPPYneuron's 'cognitive remediation' programme aims to improve patients' cognitive skills through brain training with repeated

  • New iPad app helps schizophrenia patients New iPad app helps schizophrenia patients

    A 'brain training' iPad game developed and tested by researchers at the University of Cambridge may improve the memory of patients with schizophrenia, helping them in their daily lives at work ... provide the user with a sense of progression independent

  • Treating the brain with software Treating the brain with software

    Many of us will be familiar with the brain-training programmes sold for games consoles, and the underlying principles are the same in the use of software to treat schizophrenia and ... cast a shadow on the brain-training sector that has been hard to

  • Three genes found with Alzheimer's links

    Brain training. The BBC radio 4 programme, Today, reported on research being undertaken to find out whether computer-based brain training games actually work. ... six weeks later, to see if brain training in the interim makes a difference.

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